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Pullen Park

Amusements

A mask will be required when riding the carousel and is strongly suggested at all other times.

Tickets are required for each ride. They are available at the Pullen Park Welcome Center. Rides include a carousel, train, pedal boats, and kiddie boats. Tickets are $1.50 per person.

Ticket info, hours, and map

Community Center

Pullen Community Center hosts a variety of programs and offers rental spaces for meetings and events.

See Hours, Rentals, and Program Details

Aquatic Center

Pullen Aquatic Center is Raleigh's premier competitive aquatic venue and was completed in 1992. It has an indoor 50-meter by 25-yard Olympic pool, warm water therapy pool, water exercise, and aquatic therapy programs, and lap and recreational swimming. 

Hours, Lap Lane Availability, and Programs

Playgrounds

Swing Area: (All ages) 10 traditional belt swings for all ages, 1 preschool full-bucket seat swing, 1 accessible molded bucket swing, and 1 tire swing

School Age Climb and Slide: (5-12 years old) 2 universally accessible slides, 6 climbing opportunities, 1 see-saw, and 1 shade structure

Sand Play: (2-12 years old) 2 sand diggers, 1 accessible sand digger, 2 shade structures, 1 playhouse, Music making equipment and stage, and 1 accessible spring platform

Preschool Playground: (2-5 years old) Enclosed by a positive barrier of fence and vegetation, 3 slides,1 preschool full-bucket seat swing,1 accessible molded bucket swing, 1 see-saw, stepping stones, and 2 shade structures

View other playground locations.

Courts and Fields

Tennis Courts

  • Pullen Park has 6 tennis courts with push-button lighting from dusk to 10 p.m. year-round. 
  • Courts are typically available first-come, first-serve.

Athletic Fields

  • There are two athletic fields at Pullen Park with lighting. One is a 270 ft-softball field. The youth baseball field is 257 ft. 
  • Request your field rental online using RecLink or contact Athletics at 919-996-2154.
  • Take note: Requests will be subject to staff approval. Upon approval, payment will be required to confirm the reservation. Your reservation is not finalized until you receive confirmation of your payment.
  • View other field locations.

Arts Center

The Pullen Arts Center is open!

The center hosts programs in pottery, jewelry making, painting, printmaking, bookmaking, drawing, fiber arts, weaving, and glass arts. The Pullen Arts Center has extensive studios and equipment and holds special events and gallery exhibits throughout the year.

View operating hours, programs, and more information about Pullen Arts Center

Pullen Place Cafe

Located in the amusement area near the Welcome Center, Pullen Place Cafe offers fresh, local, and seasonal foods.

View Hours, Menus and More

Theatre in the Park

Theatre In The Park, located in the northern end of Raleigh’s scenic Pullen Park, is internationally acclaimed for its outstanding theatrical achievements, with more than 40,000 people attending our programming last year alone.

Learn more about Theatre in the Park

Shelters and Rentals

Pullen Park has a variety of outdoor shelters available to rent. Rentals permits are being accepted online through RecLink. Please visit RecLink to submit an application. 

Take note: Requests will be subject to staff approval. Upon approval, payment will be required to confirm the reservation. Your reservation is not finalized until you receive confirmation of your payment. 

Rental Permits must be received at least two weeks prior to the requested rental date. Reservations will not be taken for rentals occurring under two weeks prior to the requested rental.

View details and information on indoor rentals.

Island Gazebo

  • Capacity: 50-100
  • $30/hour to rent
  • No chairs or tables on site
  • No electricity

Carousel Pavilion

  • Capacity: 60
  • Tables: 8 - 8ft tables
  • $30/hour to rent
  • Located on the east side of the carousel
  • Access to electricity
  • No grilling permitted

Shelter #1

  • Capacity: 75
  • Tables: 8 - 12ft tables
  • Grills: 2
  • $30/hour to rent
  • Located on the hillside with great views over the playground and passing train
  • No electricity

Shelter #2

  • Capacity: 30
  • Tables: 6 - 6ft tables
  • Grills: 1 X-Large charcoal grill
  • $24/hour to rent
  • Located on the top of the hill
  • No electricity

Shelter #3

  • Capacity: 100
  • Tables: 10 - 6ft tables and 4 – 8ft tables
  • Grills: 1 X-Large charcoal grill
  • $30/hour to rent
  • Located on top of the hill adjacent to the upper parking lot
  • No electricity

Shelter #4

  • Capacity: 100
  • Tables: 8 - 12ft tables
  • Grills: 2 standard charcoal grills
  • $30/hour to rent
  • Circular shelter up on the hill adjacent to the upper the parking lot
  • 3 outlets with electricity

Shelter #5

  • Capacity: 100
  • Tables: 9 - 12ft tables
  • Grills: 2 standard charcoal grills
  • $30/hour to rent
  • Located up the hill on the right side of the upper parking lot, away from other shelters
  • No electricity
  • Please be aware that there is an active railway located near the picnic shelter.

Shelter #6

  • Capacity: 75
  • Tables: 8 - 12ft tables
  • Grills: 2 standard charcoal grills
  • $30/hour to rent
  • Located above the carousel 
  • No electricity

View other shelter locations

Stage and Event Lawn

  • Capacity: 100 – 500
  • Tables: No tables provided
  • Grills: No Grilling permitted
  • $75/hour to rent; $25 electricity fee for spider box setup
  • Located behind the ticket office; public event space

Historic Dentzel Carousel

  • The historic Dentzel carousel opened at Pullen Park in 1921 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The carousel is available for private rental outside of public operating hours for photoshoots or private parties. 
  • Capacity: 64 riders; 150 building capacity
  • $150/hour to rent, plus $20/hour per staff member

Lakeside 

  • Capacity: 20
  • Tables: 3 - 6 ft tables
  • Grills: No grilling
  • $20/hour to rent
  • Located on the terrace by the upper pond across from the lake.  
  • Tables are not covered to provide an open view of your surroundings.
  • No electricity

Multiuse Field

  • Capacity: 100
  • Tables: None provided
  • Grills: None Provided
  • $35/hour to rent
  • Adjacent to Shelter 5; can only be rented in conjunction with Shelter 5
  • Location for: bounce houses, gaming trucks, food trucks, or exclusive space for lawn games
  • No electricity

Hours

Park outdoor spaces are open from dawn to dusk every day.

Restrooms

 
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
Источник: https://raleighnc.gov/places/pullen-park

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Discover Cantigny Park

With gardens, museums, dining options, picnic areas, hiking trails, educational opportunities and more, Cantigny Park offers something for everyone. Download our map to plan your visit. See the areas now being revitalized as part of Project New Leaf, our multi-year effort to ensure Cantigny’s beauty for years to come.

Create Your Own Adventure

Whether you are interested in guided events or looking to create your own unique adventure, there is tons to do here at Cantigny. Below are some activities that are always available at Cantigny. Join the fun and make your visit to Cantigny one-of-a-kind!

Picnic Grounds

We have a spacious picnic area with coal receptacles and pavilions to rent.

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Nature Walks

Explore our 2½ mile nature trail through woods, fields and gardens.

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Tank Park

Explore our collection of tanks from World War I through Desert Shield and Desert Storm.

Learn More

Red Oaks Farm Playground

Climb, swing and slide at Red Oaks playground!

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Visitor Info

Admission to Cantigny Park is always free. There is a parking fee for the park.

Daily: $5

Support Us

Support comes in a variety of ways, from purchasing a membership to surprise monetary donations to volunteering precious items.

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Sign up to receive occasional text messages by texting PARK to 331-200-4773.

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Источник: https://cantigny.org/

Maps

For bird's eye view of Balboa Park, and where everything is located, you can view our detailed online Park Map, or a downloadable version with information on parking and the locations of the buildings, museums, restaurants and other points of interest.

Link to Interactive Park Map

Getting to the Park

The Jewel of San Diego, Balboa Park is located close to Downtown and San Diego International Airport.  There are many ways to get to the Park, including walking, biking, public transportation, and driving.  Located just minutes from downtown San Diego, Balboa Park can be accessed from most major freeways.  Driving and parking can be difficult during peak times or during major events; be sure to consult our Traffic Alerts page prior to your visit.

The Park is walking distance from popular neighborhoods, including South Park, North Park, Hillcrest, Little Italy, Downtown, Gaslamp District, East Village, Banker's Hill, and University Heights.  There are bike racks situated throughout the Park where you can lock up your own bike, or there are usually a few DecoBike Stations located in or near the Park, (please check their website for station locations), as well as, other dockless rental bikes and scooters.  

For up-to-the minute freeway driving times, transit routes and ridesharing information, consult the 511 service for the San Diego area. This is a free telephone (dial 511) and web-based program.

Getting to Balboa Park using Public Transportation

 Visit Balboa Park using the Metropolitan Transit System (MTS), with easy access from the downtown and Mission Valley areas.

  • Print out a handy map of the bus and trolley systems servicing downtown, the airport, and Balboa Park.
  • Review the times for route Route 120 (Fashion Valley),  Route 7 (City College) and Rapid 215 are the  main bus routes through Balboa Park
  • Download Compass Cloud, the free mobile ticketing app, to buy a 1-Day Pass for only $6, and get unlimited rides all day on MTS Buses and Trolleys.  All MTS Trolleys and Buses are wheelchair accessible.
  • For information and custom transportation routes to Balboa Park, visit the MTS Website or dial (619) 233-3004. You'll be given the option of selecting transit routes that are: the fastest; have the fewest transfers; or have the least amount of walking.

Getting to Balboa Park by Car - or Ride Share

The heart of Balboa Park is located at 1549 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101.

Southbound from I-5
Take the 10th Avenue Exit off I-5. Turn left on "A" Street and left again on Park Blvd. Follow the signs to Balboa Park.

Northbound from I-5
Take the Pershing Drive/B Street exit off I-5 to Pershing Drive. Take Pershing and then turn left on Florida Drive. Turn left on Zoo Place to Park Blvd. Left on Park Blvd.

Southbound from Hwy 163
Take the Park Blvd. exit off Hwy 163. Turn left on Park Blvd. Follow the signs to Balboa Park. 

MTS Bus
Источник: https://www.balboapark.org/plan/maps-directions

Silver Falls State Park

Silver Falls State Park opened July 23, 1933. But its history began long before.

Earliest Inhabitants

The Kalapuya and Molalla, whose ancestors came to the Willamette Valley about 14,000 years ago, were the native people in the Silver Falls area when settlers arrived as early as 1812. Indigenous people numbered about 15,000 in the Willamette Valley prior to settlement, but populations began to decline with the introduction of foreign diseases, for which they had no immunity. By the early 1840s, the indigenous population dropped to about 600, and newcomers were arriving in large numbers.  By 1850 hundreds of settlers lived in and around the Silver Falls Area before completely displacing all the native people in western Oregon when the government relocated them to reservations in 1854.

Homesteading

The first land homesteaded in Silver Falls was in 1883 next to South Falls. The next homestead comprised the area that includes South Falls Lodge, nearby buildings, and the park’s main parking lot. On this same land, the town of Silver Falls City was platted in 1888. Never more than several dozen families at a time resided in it. Still, it was the de facto capital of Silver Falls, an area with a peak of more than 200 residents, and it lasted for over 40 years. In its time, it had three general stores, an eight-room hotel, church, dance hall, tavern, granary, blacksmith shop, houses with barns and other outbuildings, and several sawmills. A one-room school was located 1 1/2 miles south.

Building a Park

The Great Depression struck in 1929, and Oregon’s most important industry—timber— tanked. The whole state's economy, and Silver Falls along with it, was devastated. U.S. government programs for mitigating the effects of the depression also made the park the great place it is today. One program, the Civilian Conservation Corps, put young unemployed men to work constructing buildings, trails, bridges, retaining walls, and other park infrastructure—most of which are on the National Register of Historic Places.  Through the Silver Falls Recreational Demonstration Area—a federal land acquisition, development, and transfer program— more than 5,000 acres were added to the park by 1948.

“Founding Fathers”

Two people stand out in the history of the park. June Drake, a Silverton photographer, conducted a long, unrelenting campaign to have the waterfalls and their surrounding area enclosed in a park. Samuel H. Boardman, the first superintendent of Oregon state parks, took a special interest in Silver Falls while expanding and developing the state’s park system. Drake earned the honorary title of the Father of Silver Falls State Park and Boardman the title of the Father of Oregon State Parks.

Silver Falls Today

Park staff, with support from volunteers, maintains a park of over 9,000 acres that annually attract well over a million visitors.

For more information please visit the Friends of Silver Falls website: friendsofsilverfalls.net

Источник: https://stateparks.oregon.gov/index.cfm?do=park.profile&parkId=151

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Pullen Park

Amusements

A mask will be required when riding the carousel and is strongly suggested at all other times.

Tickets are required for each ride. They are available at the Pullen Park Welcome Center. Rides include a carousel, train, pedal boats, and kiddie boats. Tickets are $1.50 per person.

Ticket info, hours, and map

Community Center

Pullen Community Center hosts a variety of programs and offers rental spaces for meetings and events.

See Hours, Rentals, and Program Details

Aquatic Center

Pullen Aquatic Center is Raleigh's premier competitive aquatic venue and was completed in 1992. It has an indoor 50-meter by 25-yard Olympic pool, warm water therapy pool, water exercise, and aquatic therapy programs, and lap and recreational swimming. 

Hours, Lap Lane Availability, and Programs

Playgrounds

Swing Area: (All ages) 10 traditional belt swings for all ages, 1 preschool full-bucket seat swing, 1 accessible molded bucket swing, and 1 tire swing

School Age Climb and Slide: (5-12 years old) 2 universally accessible slides, 6 climbing opportunities, 1 see-saw, and 1 shade structure

Sand Play: (2-12 years old) 2 sand diggers, 1 accessible sand digger, 2 shade structures, 1 playhouse, Music making equipment and stage, and 1 accessible spring platform

Preschool Playground: (2-5 years old) Enclosed by a positive barrier of fence and vegetation, 3 slides,1 preschool full-bucket seat swing,1 accessible molded bucket swing, 1 see-saw, stepping stones, and 2 shade structures

View other playground locations.

Courts and Fields

Tennis Courts

  • Pullen Park has 6 tennis courts with push-button lighting from dusk to 10 p.m. year-round. 
  • Courts are typically available first-come, first-serve.

Athletic Fields

  • There are two athletic fields at Pullen Park with lighting. One is a 270 ft-softball field. The youth baseball field is 257 ft. 
  • Request your field rental online using RecLink or contact Athletics at 919-996-2154.
  • Take note: Requests will be subject to staff approval. Upon approval, payment will be required to confirm the reservation. Your reservation is not finalized until you receive confirmation of your payment.
  • View other field locations.

Arts Center

The Pullen Arts Center is open!

The center hosts programs in pottery, jewelry making, painting, printmaking, bookmaking, drawing, fiber arts, weaving, and glass arts. The Pullen Arts Center has extensive studios and equipment and holds special events and gallery exhibits throughout the year.

View operating hours, programs, and more information about Pullen Arts Center

Pullen Place Cafe

Located in the amusement area near the Welcome Center, Pullen Place Cafe offers fresh, local, and seasonal foods.

View Hours, Menus and More

Theatre in the Park

Theatre In The Park, located in the northern end of Raleigh’s scenic Pullen Park, is internationally acclaimed for its outstanding theatrical achievements, with more than 40,000 people attending our programming last year alone.

Learn more about Theatre in the Park

Shelters and Rentals

Pullen Park has a variety of outdoor shelters available to rent. Rentals permits are being accepted online through RecLink. Please visit RecLink to submit an application. 

Take note: Requests will be subject to staff approval. Upon approval, payment will be required to confirm the reservation. Your reservation is not finalized until you receive confirmation of your payment. 

Rental Permits must be received at least two weeks prior to the requested rental date. Reservations will not be taken for rentals occurring under two weeks prior to the requested rental.

View details and information on indoor rentals.

Island Gazebo

  • Capacity: 50-100
  • $30/hour to rent
  • No chairs or tables on site
  • No electricity

Carousel Pavilion

  • Capacity: 60
  • Tables: 8 - 8ft tables
  • $30/hour to rent
  • Located on the east side of the carousel
  • Access to electricity
  • No grilling permitted

Shelter #1

  • Capacity: 75
  • Tables: 8 - 12ft tables
  • Grills: 2
  • $30/hour to rent
  • Located on the hillside with great views over the playground and passing train
  • No electricity

Shelter #2

  • Capacity: 30
  • Tables: 6 - 6ft tables
  • Grills: 1 X-Large charcoal grill
  • $24/hour to rent
  • Located on the top of the hill
  • No electricity

Shelter #3

  • Capacity: 100
  • Tables: 10 - 6ft tables and 4 – 8ft tables
  • Grills: 1 X-Large charcoal grill
  • $30/hour to rent
  • Located on top of the hill adjacent to the upper parking lot
  • No electricity

Shelter #4

  • Capacity: 100
  • Tables: 8 - 12ft tables
  • Grills: 2 standard charcoal grills
  • $30/hour to rent
  • Circular shelter up on the hill adjacent to the upper the parking lot
  • 3 outlets with electricity

Shelter #5

  • Capacity: 100
  • Tables: 9 - 12ft tables
  • Grills: 2 standard charcoal grills
  • $30/hour to rent
  • Located up the hill on the right side of the upper parking lot, away from other shelters
  • No electricity
  • Please be aware that there is an active railway located near the picnic shelter.

Shelter #6

  • Capacity: 75
  • Tables: 8 - 12ft tables
  • Grills: 2 standard charcoal grills
  • $30/hour to rent
  • Located above the carousel 
  • No electricity

View other shelter locations

Stage and Event Lawn

  • Capacity: 100 – 500
  • Tables: No tables provided
  • Grills: No Grilling permitted
  • $75/hour to rent; $25 electricity fee for spider box setup
  • Located behind the ticket office; public event space

Historic Dentzel Carousel

  • The historic Dentzel carousel opened at Pullen Park in 1921 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The carousel is available for private rental outside of public operating hours for photoshoots or private parties. 
  • Capacity: 64 riders; 150 building capacity
  • $150/hour to rent, plus $20/hour per staff member

Lakeside 

  • Capacity: 20
  • Tables: 3 - 6 ft tables
  • Grills: No grilling
  • $20/hour to rent
  • Located on the terrace by the upper pond across from the lake.  
  • Tables are not covered to provide an open view of your surroundings.
  • No electricity

Multiuse Field

  • Capacity: 100
  • Tables: None provided
  • Grills: None Provided
  • $35/hour to rent
  • Adjacent to Shelter 5; can only be rented in conjunction with Shelter 5
  • Location for: bounce houses, gaming trucks, food trucks, or exclusive space for lawn games
  • No electricity

Hours

Park outdoor spaces are open from dawn to dusk every day.

Restrooms

 
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
Источник: https://raleighnc.gov/places/pullen-park

Silver Falls State Park

Silver Falls State Park opened July 23, 1933. But its history began long before.

Earliest Inhabitants

The Kalapuya and Molalla, whose ancestors came to the Willamette Valley about 14,000 years ago, were the native people in the Silver Falls area when settlers arrived as early as 1812. Indigenous people numbered about 15,000 in the Willamette Valley prior to settlement, but populations began to decline with the introduction of foreign diseases, for which they had no immunity. By the early 1840s, the indigenous population dropped to about 600, and newcomers were arriving in large numbers.  By 1850 hundreds of settlers lived in and around the Silver Falls Area before completely displacing all the native people in western Oregon when the government relocated them to reservations in 1854.

Homesteading

The first land homesteaded in Silver Falls was in 1883 next to South Falls. The next homestead comprised the area that includes South Falls Lodge, nearby buildings, and the park’s main parking lot. On this same land, the town of Silver Falls City was platted in 1888. Never more than several dozen families at a time resided in it. Still, it was the de facto capital of Silver Falls, an area with a peak of more than 200 residents, and it lasted for over 40 years. In its time, it had three general stores, an eight-room hotel, church, dance hall, tavern, granary, blacksmith shop, houses with barns and other outbuildings, and several sawmills. A one-room school was located 1 1/2 miles south.

Building a Park

The Great Depression struck in 1929, and Oregon’s most important industry—timber— tanked. The whole state's economy, and Silver Falls along with it, was devastated. U.S. government programs for mitigating the effects of the depression also made the park the great place it is today. One program, the Civilian Conservation Corps, put young unemployed men to work constructing buildings, trails, bridges, retaining walls, and other park infrastructure—most of which are on the National Register of Historic Places.  Through the Silver Falls Recreational Demonstration Area—a federal land acquisition, development, and transfer program— more than 5,000 acres were added to the park by 1948.

“Founding Fathers”

Two people stand out in the history of the park. June Drake, a Silverton photographer, conducted a long, unrelenting campaign to have the waterfalls and their surrounding area enclosed in a park. Samuel H. Boardman, the first superintendent of Oregon state parks, took a special interest in Silver Falls while expanding and developing the state’s park system. Drake earned the honorary title of the Father of Silver Falls State Park and Boardman the title of the Father of Oregon State Parks.

Silver Falls Today

Park staff, with support from volunteers, maintains a park of over 9,000 acres that annually attract well over a million visitors.

For more information please visit the Friends of Silver Falls website: friendsofsilverfalls.net

Источник: https://stateparks.oregon.gov/index.cfm?do=park.profile&parkId=151

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Like To Hike?

The inland portion of Crystal Cove State Park is a hidden gem of the Orange County region, from the wooded Moro Canyon, up to the spectacular coastal views of Moro Ridge. It is a perfect way for visitors to feel they are “away from it all,” despite being near one of the greatest population centers in the United States.

Our backcountry consists of 2,400 undeveloped acres of land, and over 15 total miles of trails. Trails are open to hiking, biking, and equestrian use, with a variety of difficulties from quick and easy to long and strenuous.

Our coastal portion also features a 2.5 mile paved trail that runs along the bluff tops, perfect for easy walks and bike riding. This is also the only trail in our park in which leashed dogs are allowed.

  • Docent and staff-led activities are scheduled throughout the year in our park, such as full-moon hikes and bird walks. Dates for these events can be found on our calendar.
  • A diversity of wildlife can be found at our park, including coyotes, bobcats, wood rats, gopher snakes, rattlesnakes, and numerous species of birds.
  • Parking for Back Country Hiking Trails at Ranger Station or Lower Moro Day Use Lot.
Источник: http://www.crystalcovestatepark.org/

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A New Digital Banking Experience is Here.

It is our mission to provide Park members with exceptional service and a full range of financial products. As your needs change, so do our services. We heard your call for a seamless digital banking experience and we are here to deliver!

Learn More

Call on us for unique banking options.
Just don’t call us a bank.

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    Small loans so that small business can get bigger.

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    Schedule one-time payments from a different bank or credit union.

    Apply now

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    Skip up to two payments a year without a hit on your credit score.

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Wekiwa Springs State Park

Welcome to Wekiwa Springs State Park

With emerald springs feeding the Wekiwa River and lush tropical hammocks, this unique park just minutes from downtown Orlando is perfect for observing abundant wildlife or cooling off on a summer day.

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Miles of trails beg to be explored on foot, bike or horseback, and canoes and kayaks are available on-site. It’s easy to see why visitors have been flocking to beautiful Wekiwa Springs since the mid-19th century.

Wekiwa Springs has a special place in the hearts of those lucky folks who have grown up nearby, spending weekends exploring the spring vent and paddling canoes past the purple blooms of pickerelweed.

The azure waters of Wekiwa Springs have made it Orange County’s longest-running tourist attraction. From the dense, almost tropical hammocks near where the springs feed into the Wekiva River to the scenic sandhill uplands, the park is rife with opportunities to see many kinds of animals. 

Источник: https://www.floridastateparks.org/parks-and-trails/wekiwa-springs-state-park

Maps

For bird's eye view of Balboa Park, and where everything is located, you can view our detailed online Park Map, or a downloadable version with information on parking and the locations of the buildings, museums, restaurants and other points of interest.

Link to Interactive Park Map

Getting to the Park

The Jewel of San Diego, Balboa Park is located close to Downtown and San Diego International Airport.  There are many ways to get to the Park, including walking, biking, public transportation, and driving.  Located just minutes from downtown San Diego, Balboa Park can be accessed from most major freeways.  Driving and parking can be difficult during peak times or during major events; be sure to consult our Traffic Alerts page prior to your visit.

The Park is walking distance from popular neighborhoods, including South Park, North Park, Hillcrest, Little Italy, Downtown, Gaslamp District, East Village, Banker's Hill, and University Heights.  There are bike racks situated throughout the Park where you can lock up your own bike, or there are usually a few DecoBike Stations located in or near the Park, (please check their website for station locations), as well as, other dockless rental bikes and scooters.  

For up-to-the minute freeway driving times, transit routes and ridesharing information, consult the 511 service for the San Diego area. This is a free telephone (dial 511) and web-based program.

Getting to Balboa Park using Public Transportation

 Visit Balboa Park using the Metropolitan Transit System (MTS), with easy access from the downtown and Mission Valley areas.

  • Print out a handy map of the bus and trolley systems servicing downtown, the airport, and Balboa Park.
  • Review the times for route Route 120 (Fashion Valley),  Route 7 (City College) and Rapid 215 are the  main bus routes through Balboa Park
  • Download Compass Cloud, the free mobile ticketing app, to buy a 1-Day Pass for only $6, and get unlimited rides all day on MTS Buses and Trolleys.  All MTS Trolleys and Buses are wheelchair accessible.
  • For information and custom transportation routes to Balboa Park, visit the MTS Website or dial (619) 233-3004. You'll be given the option of selecting transit routes that are: the fastest; have the fewest transfers; or have the least amount of walking.

Getting to Balboa Park by Car - or Ride Share

The heart of Balboa Park is located at 1549 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101.

Southbound from I-5
Take the 10th Avenue Exit off I-5. Turn left on "A" Street and left again on Park Blvd. Follow the signs to Balboa Park.

Northbound from I-5
Take the Pershing Drive/B Street exit off I-5 to Pershing Drive. Take Pershing and then turn left on Florida Drive. Turn left on Zoo Place to Park Blvd. Left on Park Blvd.

Southbound from Hwy 163
Take the Park Blvd. exit off Hwy 163. Turn left on Park Blvd. Follow the signs to Balboa Park. 

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Источник: https://www.balboapark.org/plan/maps-directions

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Silver Falls State Park

Silver Falls State Park opened July 23, 1933. But its history began long before.

Earliest Inhabitants

The Kalapuya and Molalla, whose ancestors came to the Willamette Valley about 14,000 years ago, were the native people in the Silver Falls area when settlers arrived as early as 1812. Indigenous people numbered about 15,000 in the Willamette Valley prior to settlement, but populations began to decline with the introduction of foreign diseases, for which they had no immunity. By the early 1840s, the indigenous population dropped to about 600, and newcomers were arriving in large numbers.  By 1850 hundreds of settlers lived in and around the Silver Falls Area before completely displacing all the native people in western Oregon when the government relocated them to take me to the nearest park in 1854.

Homesteading

The first land homesteaded in Silver Falls was in 1883 next to South Falls. The next homestead comprised the area that includes South Falls Lodge, nearby buildings, and the park’s main parking lot. On this same land, the town of Silver Falls City was platted in 1888. Never more than several dozen families at a time resided in it. Still, it was the de facto capital of Silver Falls, an area with a peak of more than 200 residents, and it lasted for over 40 years. In its time, it had three general stores, an eight-room hotel, church, dance hall, tavern, granary, blacksmith shop, houses with barns and other outbuildings, and several sawmills. A one-room school was located 1 1/2 miles south.

Building a Park

The Great Depression struck in 1929, and Oregon’s most important industry—timber— tanked. The whole state's economy, and Silver Falls along with it, was devastated. U.S. government programs for mitigating the effects of the depression also made the park the great place it is today. One program, the Civilian Conservation Corps, put young unemployed men to work constructing buildings, trails, bridges, retaining walls, and other park infrastructure—most of which are on the National Register of Historic Places.  Through the Silver Falls Recreational Demonstration Area—a federal land acquisition, development, and transfer program— more than 5,000 acres were added to the park by 1948.

“Founding Fathers”

Two people stand out in the history of the park. June Drake, a Silverton photographer, conducted a long, unrelenting campaign to have the waterfalls and their surrounding area enclosed in a park. Samuel H. Boardman, the first superintendent of Oregon state parks, took a special interest in Silver Falls while expanding and developing the state’s park system. Drake earned the honorary title of the Father of Silver Falls State Park and Boardman the title of the Father of Oregon State Parks.

Silver Falls Today

Park staff, with support from volunteers, maintains a park of over 9,000 acres that annually attract well over a million visitors.

For more information please visit the Friends of Silver Falls website: friendsofsilverfalls.net

Источник: https://stateparks.oregon.gov/index.cfm?do=park.profile&parkId=151

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Wekiwa Springs State Park

Welcome to Wekiwa Springs State Park

With emerald springs feeding the Wekiwa River and lush tropical hammocks, this unique park just minutes from downtown Orlando take me to the nearest park perfect for observing abundant wildlife or cooling off on a summer day.

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Miles of trails beg to be explored on take me to the nearest park, bike or horseback, and canoes and kayaks are available on-site. It’s easy to see why visitors have been flocking to beautiful Wekiwa Springs since the mid-19th century.

Wekiwa Springs has a special place in the hearts of those lucky folks who have grown up nearby, spending weekends exploring the spring vent and paddling canoes past the purple blooms of pickerelweed.

The azure waters of Wekiwa Springs have made it Orange County’s longest-running tourist attraction. From the dense, almost tropical hammocks near where the springs feed into the Wekiva River to the scenic sandhill uplands, the park is rife with opportunities to see many kinds of animals. 

Источник: https://www.floridastateparks.org/parks-and-trails/wekiwa-springs-state-park
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Discover Cantigny Park

With gardens, museums, dining options, picnic areas, hiking trails, educational opportunities and more, Cantigny Park offers something for everyone. Download our map to plan your visit. See the areas now being revitalized as part of Project New Leaf, our multi-year effort to ensure Cantigny’s beauty for years to come.

Create Your Own Take me to the nearest park you are interested in guided events or looking to create your own unique adventure, there is tons to do here at Cantigny. Below are some activities that are always available at Cantigny. Join the fun and make your visit to Cantigny one-of-a-kind!

Picnic Grounds

We have a spacious picnic area with coal receptacles and pavilions to rent.

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Nature Walks

Explore our 2½ mile nature trail through woods, fields and gardens.

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Tank Park

Explore our collection of tanks from World War I through Desert Shield and Desert Storm.

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Red Oaks Farm Playground

Climb, swing and slide at Red Oaks playground!

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Admission to Cantigny Park is always free. There is a parking fee for the park.

Daily: $5

Support Us

Support comes in a variety of ways, from purchasing a membership to surprise monetary donations to volunteering precious items.

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Like To Hike?

The inland portion of Crystal Cove State Park is a hidden gem of the Orange County region, from the wooded Moro Canyon, up to the spectacular coastal views of Moro Ridge. It is a perfect way for visitors to feel they are “away from it all,” despite being near one of the greatest population centers in the United States.

Our backcountry consists of 2,400 undeveloped acres of land, and over 15 total miles of trails. Trails are open to hiking, biking, and equestrian use, with a variety of difficulties from quick and easy to long and strenuous.

Our coastal portion also features a 2.5 mile paved trail that runs along the bluff tops, perfect for easy walks and bike riding. This is also the only trail in our park in which leashed dogs are allowed.

  • Docent and staff-led activities are scheduled throughout the year in our park, such as full-moon hikes and bird walks. Dates for these events can be found on our calendar.
  • A diversity of wildlife can be found at our park, including coyotes, bobcats, wood rats, gopher snakes, rattlesnakes, and numerous species of birds.
  • Parking for Back Country Hiking Trails at Ranger Station or Lower Moro Day Use Lot.
Источник: http://www.crystalcovestatepark.org/

Attractions

You can interact with our animals safely from your vehicle while exploring our drive-thru safari, on foot walking through our village walk-thru, or up close during a special, behind-the-scenes encounter with sloths, rhinos, or penguins.

Important Information

The VIRGINIA SAFARI PARK, a 180-acre drive-through zoo located take me to the nearest park Natural Bridge, VA, is NOT associated with the Natural Bridge Zoo, which is also located in Natural Bridge.

Unfortunately, with the recent legal issues and press coverage surrounding the Natural Bridge Zoo we have found it necessary to post this clarification. We have been contacted by many sources that have inadvertently confused the two zoos.

Our official website is www.virginiasafaripark.com. Please beware of copycat imitations. Again, the VIRGINIA SAFARI PARK is NOT associated with the Natural Bridge Zoo and never has been.

Thank you for your understanding.


Featured Animals

Get to know our resident animals. We spotlight a few featured animals and teach you about their eating habits, their status in the wild and statistics, like their average weight, height and more.

The Virginia Safari Park is hands down one of the best zoo experiences I’ve ever had!,”

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Conservation

Did you know that we not only help conserve endangered animal populations in our park but we also support conservation organizations in the region, the country and across the globe? We donate funds and collaborate with several programs throughout the world every year. Learn more about our efforts and how you can participate.

Our Mission

Our Mission

Virginia Safari Park is dedicated to wildlife conservation. We serve this mission by educating our visitors, caring for our resident animals and supporting organizations.
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Grants

Grants

Our Zoofari Parks Conservation Grants program helps fund wildlife and habitat programs in the U.S. and abroad. Learn about the latest recipients and how to apply for a grant.
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Your Visit

Plan your trip to the Virginia Safari Park! Get driving directions from seven nearby cities/states, as well as links to other local attractions. You can also buy tickets and download a map of the park.

Источник: https://www.virginiasafaripark.com/

Directions and Parking Information

Museum Address

Museum of Science

1 Science Park

Boston, MA 02114

Garage Hours

Sunday – Thursday: 5:30 am - 11:00 pm

Friday – Saturday: 5:30 am - midnight

Driving Directions

From the South

  • + – Via Interstate 95
    • Take I-95 North to Massachusetts exit 12, which will put you on to I-93 North toward Boston.
    • Take I-93 North to Exit 26 (Storrow Drive).
    • See "Continuation of I-93 Northbound Exit 26 (Storrow Drive)" below.
  • + – Via Route 3 or I-93
    • Take Route 3 North until it turns into I-93 North, to Boston.
    • Take I-93 North to Exit 26 (Storrow Drive).
    • See "Continuation of I-93 Northbound Exit 26 (Storrow Drive)" below.
  • + – Continuation of I-93 Northbound Exit 26 (Storrow Drive)
    • As you proceed on exit 26, stay left for Leverett Circle/28 N.
    • Continue staying left for 28 N and proceed through the Leverett traffic lights and onto 28 N, the O'Brien Highway.
    • The Museum is on your left. The parking garage is at the far end of the building.

From the North

  • + – Via I-93
    • Take I-93 South to Exit 26 (Storrow Dr./North Station). Follow signs for Leverett Circle/28 North.
    • Take a left after the light towards Cambridge. At the next light, turn right huntington bank auto loan the O'Brien Highway, Route 28 North.
    • The Museum will be on your left. The parking garage is at the far end of the building.
  • + – Via I-95
    • Take I-95 South to Exit 46.
    • Take Route 1 South.
    • Follow Route 1 South directions below.
  • + – Route 1
    • Take Rt 1 South over the Tobin Bridge ($3 for cars).
    • Follow signs to Storrow Dr/North Station and then North Station/Leverett Circle/28N. At the end of the ramp, take a left after the traffic light towards Cambridge.
    • At the next light, turn right onto the O'Brien Highway (Route 28 North).
    • The Museum will be on your left. The parking garage is at the far end of the building.
  • + – Via Route 1A or from Logan Airport
    • Take Route 1A South through the Sumner Tunnel ($3.50 for cars).
    • Stay right for the connector tunnel labeled Storrow Drive. Look for signs for Leverett Circle/28 North.
    • Stay left for 28 North and proceed through the Leverett traffic lights and onto 28 North, the O'Brien Highway.
    • The Museum is on your left. The parking garage is at the far end of the building.

From the West

  • + – Via I-90 (Massachusetts Turnpike) East to I-93 North (recommended route for all vehicles)
    • Take Mass Pike I-90 East to I-93 North.
    • Take Exit 26 off of I-93 North (Storrow Drive).
    • As you proceed on exit 26, stay left for Leverett Circle/28 North.
    • Continue staying left for 28 North and proceed take me to the nearest park the Leverett traffic lights and onto 28 North, the O'Brien Highway.
    • The Museum is on your left. The parking garage is at the far end of the building.
  • + – Via Memorial Drive (cars only)
    • Take Mass Pike I-90 East to exit 18 (Allston/Cambridge). After the toll booth ($1.00 for cars) take ramp to right.
    • Take a right at traffic light after crossing bridge over the Charles River to Memorial Drive East/Route 3 South. Follow Memorial Drive straight to Land Boulevard.
    • At the traffic light after the Sonesta Hotel, take a right onto Route 28 South; O'Brien Highway. The Museum is immediately on the right.
  • + – Via Route 2
    • Take Route 2 East to Memorial Drive. Follow Memorial Drive straight to Land Blvd.
    • At the traffic light after the Sonesta Hotel, take a right onto Route 28 South; O'Brien Highway.
  • + – Via Storrow Drive (cars only)
    • Take Mass Pike I-90 East to exit 18 (Allston/Cambridge). After the toll booth ($1.00 for cars) take ramp to the right.
    • At the second light, turn right onto Storrow Drive East. Approaching Leverett Circle, look for signs to Rt 28N and Museum.
    • Take left at Leverett traffic light onto Rt 28N O'Brien Highway. The Museum is on the left.

General Driving Tips

  • The Museum garage opens at 5:30 am. every day. It is open until 11:00 pm. Sunday – Thursday and 12:00 am. Friday – Saturday.
  • On busy days, i.e. weekends and vacation periods, the garage wells fargo charleston blvd las vegas fill to capacity. Allow extra time to get to the Museum before your visit. Please note alternate parking options.
  • We recommend arriving early (before 10:30 am.) or late (after 3:00 pm.) for best parking availability.
  • The Museum is located near the heart of Boston, and city traffic can cause backup as cars exit the garage. We appreciate your patience.
  • Bring your ticket with you for payment at automated kiosks (debit and credit card only) inside.

Blue Bikes Share Program

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Getting to and from the Museum — and the rest of the city — just got easier, and more fun! Blue Bikes, metro Boston’s bicycle-sharing system, is now available on the front plaza of the Museum near the front entrance.

Blue Bikes is a regional partnership between Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, and Somerville. For more information: bluebikes.com.

The Museum of Science is committed to environmental sustainability.

Taking Public Transportation

Science Park station is currently being served by MBTA shuttle buses. These are replacing E Branch service between North Station and Lechmere to allow for work on the Green Line Extension and the Lechmere Viaduct Rehabilitation Project. Take me to the nearest park you arrive via MBTA shuttle bus, the Museum will be diagonally across the street (O'Brien Highway), just over the Charles River Dam draw bridge.

To transfer to the Green Line from other lines

If you are transferring to the Green Line from other lines, take:

  • The Red Line take me to the nearest park Park Street
  • The Blue Line to State Street (switch to Orange Line)
  • The Orange Line to Haymarket or North Station

To walk from other lines

If you plan to walk to the Museum of Science from other lines, take:

  • The Green Line or Orange Line to North Station. Then, follow Nashua Street to O'Brien Highway and turn right toward the Museum.
  • The Red Line to Charles/MGH Station. Then, cross Storrow Drive toward the Charles River and turn right, walking with the river to your left. Turn left at the Charles River Dam and State Police Station onto O'Brien Highway. The Museum is on your left.
  • The Orange Line to Bunker Hill Community College Station. Then, walk over the Gilmore Bridge. At the next traffic light (O'Brien Highway) turn left and take me to the nearest park the street to the Museum.

MBTA Commuter Rail, Amtrak, and Logan Airport information

  • The MBTA Commuter Rail train from the north makes its final stop at North Station (Green Line and Orange Line).
  • The Amtrak Train from the south stops at Back Bay Station (Orange Line) and South Station (Red Line).
  • Logan Airport has a Blue Line stop called Airport Station. Shuttle buses run from the airport terminals to the station. The Silver Line also connects airport terminals to South Station (Red Line).

For inquiries or assistance, call 617-723-2500.

For more information about public transportation, please visit the MBTA's MBTA's web site.

Museum Garage Fees

TimeNonmembersBasic membersPremier members
1/2 hour or lessno chargeno chargeno charge
1/2 hour – 1 hour$15.00$12.50no charge
1 – 2 hours$17.00$14.25no charge
2 – 3 hours$19.00$16.00$12.50
3 – 4 hours$21.00$18.00$14.50
4 – 5 hours$23.00$19.75$16.25
5 – 6 hours$25.00$21.50$18.00
Over 6 hours$30.00$23.50$19.75
Over 10 hours$40.00$23.50$19.75
Evening: arrival after 5:00 pm (flat rate)$20.00$12.50No charge

Please note: Lost ticket charges maximum rate.

The Museum's on-site garage provides hourly parking for approximately 850 cars on a first-come, first-served basis. Museum members receive a discount.

The garage closes at 11pm from Sunday-Thursday, and 12am on Friday & Saturday

Museum Garage Information

  • On busy days, e.g., weekends and vacation periods, the garage may fill to capacity. Allow extra time to get to the Museum before your visit.
  • Visit the directions page for driving and public transportation information.
  • The Museum is located near the heart of Boston, and city traffic can cause backup as cars exit the garage. We appreciate your take me to the nearest park the parking ticket with you for payment at automated kiosks (debit and credit card only) inside.
  • The Museum's garage includes an elevator for easy Museum access.
  • Parking is available for visitors with disabilities.
  • Clearance is 7'4".

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

The Museum of Science garage now houses Level 2 electric vehicle charging stations capable of charging up to four cars simultaneously. The stations are located on the fourth floor of the garage—just follow directional signs to the designated charging area.

While there is no cost to charge your car, you will need a ChargePoint account to access. However, a fee of $5.00 per hour will be charged beginning 30 minutes after your car is fully charged if it is not moved. In addition, regular garage fees apply for parking. For more information: chargepoint.com.

The Museum of Science is committed to environmental sustainability.

Alternative Parking

Other parking options near the Museum include the CambridgeSide Galleria.

Please note that this garage is not affiliated with the Museum of Science, and the parking discount for Museum members applies only in the Museum garage.

Источник: https://www.mos.org/visit/directions-and-parking

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